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About Yolanda Be Cool

The Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool is best known for the song "We No Speak Americano," a collaboration with fellow Aussie producer DCUP. The song, which went to the top of the U.K. pop charts in 2010, pairs extended samples of a 1956 song by Italy's Renato Carosone with snappy house beats. The BBC radio DJ Rob Da Bank proclaimed it "electro-swing," citing a mini-movement in dance music based upon appropriated jazz and swing. The group takes its name from Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.

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Listen toYolanda Be Coolon Napster

The Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool is best known for the song "We No Speak Americano," a collaboration with fellow Aussie producer DCUP. The song, which went to the top of the U.K. pop charts in 2010, pairs extended samples of a 1956 song by Italy's Renato Carosone with snappy house beats. The BBC radio DJ Rob Da Bank proclaimed it "electro-swing," citing a mini-movement in dance music based upon appropriated jazz and swing. The group takes its name from Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.

About Yolanda Be Cool

The Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool is best known for the song "We No Speak Americano," a collaboration with fellow Aussie producer DCUP. The song, which went to the top of the U.K. pop charts in 2010, pairs extended samples of a 1956 song by Italy's Renato Carosone with snappy house beats. The BBC radio DJ Rob Da Bank proclaimed it "electro-swing," citing a mini-movement in dance music based upon appropriated jazz and swing. The group takes its name from Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.

About Yolanda Be Cool

The Australian duo Yolanda Be Cool is best known for the song "We No Speak Americano," a collaboration with fellow Aussie producer DCUP. The song, which went to the top of the U.K. pop charts in 2010, pairs extended samples of a 1956 song by Italy's Renato Carosone with snappy house beats. The BBC radio DJ Rob Da Bank proclaimed it "electro-swing," citing a mini-movement in dance music based upon appropriated jazz and swing. The group takes its name from Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction.